• Lindy McDonald

    The Zebra Blue Primrose is not color enhanced.... this is the way they grow. gardening

  • June Chen

    The Zebra Blue Primrose grows this way, the photo is not color enhanced. It's stunning.

  • Theda DeRamus

    Zebra stripe primrose bloom

  • Janice Voss-Crosby

    The Zebra Blue Primrose - what a beautiful flower

  • Mary Howard

    The Zebra Blue Primrose is not color enhanced.... this is the way they grow - would love to plant these next year

  • ♥Aristea♥

    Zebra Blue -Primula - Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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